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Ultra-fast charging: OnePlus’ 150W technology can make battery go from 0 to 100% in just 14 minutes
Smartphone manufacturers are increasingly vying for fast charging methods. One of the most powerful examples recently is the Xiaomi 11T Pro, which was launched yesterday on the global market with a 120W charge and now OnePlus may be preparing an even more powerful technology that fills a battery in about
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United States Australia and Japan to finance submarine cable in the Pacific
The development of submarine cable is the latest funding commitment from Western allies in the Pacific telecommunications sector. The United States and Australia will jointly fund the construction of an undersea cable to increase Internet access in three small Pacific countries, while Western allies seek to contain the growing Chinese
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United States Prepares to Shut Down 3G Networks in 2022
The main telecommunications operators in the United States plan to turn off their 3G services as early as 2022, however, the decision could jeopardize the elderly population with fewer resources, as well as a set of critical services that still depend on technology to communicate. As 5G gains traction around
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Russian humanoid robot makes its way to the International Space Station
A Russian Soyuz spacecraft docked with the International Space Station successfully late on Tuesday evening, after an initial attempt to do so didn’t end up working as planned on Saturday night. This second attempt went off without a hitch, however, and the capsule is now parked at a port on
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This Device Sucks Drinking Water Out of Dry Desert Air, Powered Only by The Sun
When it comes to future challenges, one of the biggest will be water scarcity – on a warming planet we’re going to have plenty of seawater, but not enough fresh, clean water in the right places for everybody to drink. And while a lot of research has focussed on desalination, a team
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Chinese border police are secretly installing surveillance apps on the phones of visitors and downloading personal information as part of the government’s intensive scrutiny of the remote Xinjiang region, the Guardian can reveal. The Chinese government has curbed freedoms in the province for the local Muslim population, installing facial recognition
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Britain’s telecoms regulator is planning to order BT to give rivals greater access to its Openreach infrastructure in a bid to speed up the launch of high-speed fibre cables. The draft rules announced by Ofcom would force Openreach, the physical infrastructure arm of BT, to give rival telecoms companies further access to its network
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